Victorian Goldfields Railway

Victorian Goldfields Railway

Victorian Goldfields RailwayThe Victorian Goldfields Railway is an authentic steam heritage train linking the historic gold mining towns of Castlemaine and Maldon in Central Victoria.

Enjoy a family day out or treat yourself and travel in our elegant first class carriages as you travel through the central Victorian Goldfields.

Running through the Goldfields of Central Victoria, the Victorian Goldfields Railway brings to you the experience of Steam Train Travel. Linking the historic towns of Castlemaine and Maldon, your train takes you through Box-Iron Bark forest in a region that saw some of the richest gold mining in Australia.

How to get to Castlemaine Station

By Rail - catch a V/Line train

By Road - From Melbourne - Take the Calder Highway (M79) to Elphinstone, then the Pyrenees Highway (B180) to Castlemaine.

The station may be accessed from Kennedy Street or Gingle Street (an ample parking area is located right at the pedestrian underpass to the station in Gingle Street). VGR trains operate from No. 3 Platform.

Disabled access is available to Platform 3 via the ramp accessed from V/line's Platform 1

Melway Reference : - Castlemaine Map X909 C6 - Melways 2010

VicRoads Directory Edition 5 : - Castlemaine Map 59 E2/3

For further information, please contact our Marketing Office on (03) 5470 6658

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❊ Address & Contact ❊

Victorian Goldfields Railway⊜ Castlemaine Railway Station, Castlemaine | Map
Castlemaine Railway Station,Castlemaine
(03) 5470 6658

❊ Web Links ❊

Victorian Goldfields Railway

❊ Also See... ❊

Castlemaine & Maldon Railway Preservation Society

Maldon Market

Castlemaine Farmers' Market

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